Philosophy and objectives of the school
* The major train of thought which underlines the aims, objectives and goals of the school, is the development of all students as well adjusted, confident, independent and free thinking individuals. This equips them to face the world boldly and fearlessly when they leave the portals of the institution.
* Keeping the child as the focal point, all activities of the institution are geared towards providing ample opportunities for the realization of individual potential. This is done in an open-minded atmosphere which encourages team spirit, unity, cooperation and effective action.
* The school’s aim is also to make students sensitive and responsive to the underprivileged and encourage through community service project.
* Physically strong
* Mentally Balanced
* Intellectually Sharp
* Morally Sound
* Spiritually Advanced
- Swami Vivekananda
Aims, Objectives and Philosophy
Kulapati Munshiji’s vision of education based on fundamental values is the aim & objective of all Bhavan’s institutions.
Ideal education should impart knowledge, shape the character, and mould the personality of the child; it should assist hi in imbibing and assimilating the social, moral, ethical, and spiritual values so necessary for the development of an attitude of service. Effective education should help in transforming the child into what our Shastras describe as “Puranapurasha”.
Purpose of Education
“Education would fail ignominiously in its objective, if it manufactured only a robot and called him an economic man accenting the adjective economic and forgetting the substantive man. A university cannot afford to ignore the cultural aspects of education, whatever studies it specializes in. Science is a means, not an end, whereas culture is an end in itself. Even though you may ultimately become a scientist, a doctor, or an engineer, you must, while in college, absorb fundamental values which will make you a man of culture. An engineer has not merely to build bridges; he has to be a devoted husband, a kind of father, a friendly neighbor, a dutiful citizen, and a man true to himself. He will have trials and tribulations; his heart will fail him at times; he will then need the strength which true culture alone can give.”